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EP0639687A1
EP0639687A1 EP94111611A EP94111611A EP0639687A1 EP 0639687 A1 EP0639687 A1 EP 0639687A1 EP 94111611 A EP94111611 A EP 94111611A EP 94111611 A EP94111611 A EP 94111611A EP 0639687 A1 EP0639687 A1 EP 0639687A1
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    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E05LOCKS; KEYS; WINDOW OR DOOR FITTINGS; SAFES
    • E05CBOLTS OR FASTENING DEVICES FOR WINGS, SPECIALLY FOR DOORS OR WINDOWS
    • E05C19/00Other devices specially designed for securing wings, e.g. with suction cups
    • E05C19/06Other devices specially designed for securing wings, e.g. with suction cups in which the securing part if formed or carried by a spring and moves only by distortion of the spring, e.g. snaps
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E05LOCKS; KEYS; WINDOW OR DOOR FITTINGS; SAFES
    • E05BLOCKS; ACCESSORIES THEREFOR; HANDCUFFS
    • E05B65/00Locks or fastenings for special use
    • E05B65/46Locks or fastenings for special use for drawers
    • E05B65/462Locks or fastenings for special use for drawers for two or more drawers
    • E05B65/463Drawer interlock or anti-tilt mechanisms, i.e. when one drawer is open, at least one of the remaining drawers is locked

Abstract

Around a pull-out guide (14) for pull-outs (12) which can be pulled out of a body (10), comprising a body-side guide rail (18) and a pull-out guide rail (16) and two supports (26) which can be mounted on the body (10) and which support the body To improve the guide rail (10) in such a way that the assembly of the locking mechanism is simplified, it is proposed that a front carrier (26) defines a locking bar (42) in a position that releases the pull-outs (12) and a position that locks the pull-outs (12) is designed to be positioned and that a latching device (114) is provided on a front-side carrier (26), which latching device can be latched in one of the positions of the closing bar (42) with a latching element (106) of the closing bar (42) moving on a path. <IMAGE>

Description

  • The invention relates to a pull-out guide for pull-outs which can be pulled out of a body, comprising a body-side guide rail and a pull-out guide rail and two supports which can be mounted on the body and which carry the body-side guide rail.
  • Such pull-out guides are known for example from European patent application 0 367 274.
  • Together with such a pull-out guide, a locking mechanism for locking the pull-outs is often provided as a separate device in the body. This locking mechanism is preferably used to either block all pull-outs or to lock the other pull-outs when pulling out a pull-out.
  • Such an additional locking mechanism is very expensive to assemble.
  • The invention is therefore based on the object of improving a pull-out guide of the generic type in such a way that the assembly of the locking mechanism is simplified.
  • This object is achieved according to the invention in a pull-out guide of the type described at the outset in that a front-side support is designed to position a locking bar in a position in which the pull-outs release and a position blocking the pull-outs and in that a latching device is provided on a front-side support which is equipped with a Moving locking element of the locking bar moving in a path can be locked in one of the positions of the locking bar.
  • The advantage of the solution according to the invention is therefore to be seen in the fact that the front locking element now itself takes over the positioning of the locking bar in the releasing position and the locking position and thus the assembly of the locking bar is considerably simplified since the carrier in turn is always in a defined relation to Closing elements of the locking bar cooperating link elements is positioned so that a complex alignment of the two positions of the locking bar relative to the pull-out guide and thus again relative to the carriers thereof is eliminated.
  • It is particularly advantageous if the locking device is designed such that the locking element can be locked or unlocked into the locking device by acting on the locking bar.
  • The advantage of this solution can be seen in the fact that no additional actuation of the latching device is required in order to release the latching element that is latched into it, but that this is possible according to the invention by acting on the locking bar.
  • In connection with the previous explanation of the invention, it was not precisely defined in which position of the locking bar the latching element should be latched into the latching device. For example, it would be conceivable to arrange the latching device in such a way that the latching element engages in the locking bar in the releasing position thereof.
  • However, it is particularly advantageous if the locking element engages in the locking device in the locking position of the locking bar. This allows the locking bar to be arranged in such a way that it is in the releasing position due to the action of gravity and can only be moved into the blocking position by lifting it from the releasing position.
  • For this reason, the locking position is advantageously an upper position of the locking bar.
  • With regard to the design of the locking device, no further details have so far been given.
  • An advantageous exemplary embodiment provides that the latching device comprises a latching tongue which interacts with the latching element.
  • It is even more advantageous, in particular in order to be able to hold the locking bar reliably in the intended position by means of the latching device if the latching device has two latching tongues arranged on both sides of the track.
  • The latching tongues are expediently designed such that each of the latching tongues has a latching lug, the latching lugs of the two latching tongues preferably facing one another.
  • In order to ensure that the latching element can be latched or unlatched by acting on the locking bar, it is preferably provided that each latching nose comprises effective run-up slopes in opposite directions of the path, which merge into one another in particular at the highest point of the latching nose.
  • The latching element could be designed in a wide variety of ways. For example, it would be conceivable to provide a recess in the locking bar as the locking element, in which the locking tongue or the locking tongues of the locking device engage, for example with its locking lugs, in the locked position.
  • However, it is even more advantageous if the latching element is a latching cam which can be moved past the latching tongue or the latching tongues.
  • In connection with the previous explanation of the individual exemplary embodiments, the carrier did not go into the defined definition of the two positions of the locking bar.
  • An advantageous exemplary embodiment provides that one of the positions is defined by the position of the latching element which is latched into the latching device.
  • For example, this is possible in that the latching cam is locked in its position in the latching device against movement in the direction of its other position by the latching lugs projecting into the web on both sides.
  • Another expedient exemplary embodiment provides that the carrier has a limiting element on the carrier side, which defines one of the positions of the closing strip with a limiting element on the closing strip side. A solution is particularly preferred in which the carrier-side delimitation element has a support for the delimitation element on the closing strip side, since this represents a structurally extremely simple and therefore inexpensive solution to be produced.
  • It is structurally even simpler if the locking element on the locking strip side is formed by the latching element. The locking element is preferably designed as a locking cam.
  • The support can be formed on the carrier in a wide variety of ways. It is particularly expedient if the support is formed by a web on the carrier.
  • With regard to the type of design of the locking device on the carrier, no further details have so far been given.
  • An advantageous exemplary embodiment provides that the latching device is integrally formed on the carrier. This is the simplest and in particular also the cheapest way of producing the locking device together with the carrier.
  • It is also advantageous if the support is integrally formed on the carrier. This manufacture of the support is also precise on the one hand and extremely economical on the other hand.
  • The most cost-effective way of producing a carrier according to the invention provides that it is designed as a one-piece plastic part. In connection with the exemplary embodiments explained so far, it was not discussed in more detail how the closing strip should be guided in the solution according to the invention. In the possibilities known from the prior art, for example, milling into the body is provided.
  • However, it is particularly advantageous if the carrier comprises a guide channel for the locking bar.
  • In order to be able to insert the locking bar into the guide channel as simply as possible, it is advantageously provided that the guide channel has an open side facing the body, so that the locking bar can be inserted into the carrier without problems from this side of the guide channel.
  • The easiest way to guide the locking bar through the guide channel is when it guides the locking bar against the body.
  • In principle, the latching device could be arranged at a point on the carrier that is completely independent of the guide channel.
  • However, it is particularly advantageous, in particular in order to achieve a solution that is as compact as possible, if the latching device is adjacent to a side of the guide channel opposite the open side.
  • Furthermore, for reasons of compact construction, it has also proven to be expedient if the support adjoins the side of the guide channel opposite the open side.
  • When a latching cam is provided as the latching element, an advantageous exemplary embodiment provides that the carrier has a cam channel for the latching cam, so that the latching cam can also be moved in the carrier.
  • It is particularly advantageous if the guide channel and the cam channel are connected to one another, with the two in particular being connected via a free space between the two.
  • The free space can expediently be designed such that an edge thereof forms the support for the locking cams.
  • Furthermore, the latching device is preferably arranged in the free space between the guide channel and the cam channel.
  • In connection with the previous explanation of the individual exemplary embodiments, no details were given on the area of the carrier in which the latching device is arranged.
  • An advantageous exemplary embodiment provides that the latching device lies between a body contact surface of the carrier and a guide rail receptacle of the carrier.
  • It when the latching device is arranged in a spacer body of the carrier is particularly advantageous.
  • With regard to the arrangement of the latching device relative to a possibility of fastening the carrier to the body, it is preferably provided that the latching device is arranged between two dowels of the carrier.
  • In addition, it is advantageously provided that the guide channel for the locking bar is also arranged in the spacer part of the carrier.
  • The guide channel is preferably located between two dowels of the carrier.
  • In addition, it is preferably provided that the cam part is also arranged in the spacer body of the carrier.
  • The object set is also achieved according to the invention in a carcass with a plurality of pull-outs guided by pull-out guides and with a locking bar that can be moved between a releasing and a locking position for locking the pull-outs in that at least one of the pull-out guides is designed according to one or more of the above-mentioned exemplary embodiments is.
  • It is particularly expedient if each pull-out is additionally provided with a link element with which the locking bar can be actuated, and thus there is the possibility of locking the other pull-outs against pulling out when pulling out a pull-out from the body.
  • In the simplest case, the body-side guide rail can be firmly connected to the supports.
  • It is particularly advantageous, however, if the body-side guide rail is slidably guided on the supports by a predetermined distance in order to obtain full extension in a simple manner, as described in European patent application 0 367 274, to which reference is made in full in this regard.
  • Further features and advantages of the invention are the subject of the following description and the drawing of some exemplary embodiments.
  • The drawing shows:
  • Fig. 1
    a partial cross section through a left side of an embodiment of a unit according to the invention from the body and extension with a view from the front;
    Fig. 2
    a section along line II-II in Figure 1 with partially broken away side walls of the pull-out and partially broken away areas of a front carrier and only dash-dotted and dash-dotted guide rails.
    Fig. 3
    a front view of the carrier;
    Fig. 4
    a section along line IV-IV in Fig. 3;
    Fig. 5
    a rear view of the carrier with the detent cam shown;
    Fig. 6
    a view of the carrier from below; and
    Fig. 7
    a view of the carrier from above.
  • An embodiment of a body 10 according to the invention shown in FIGS. 1 and 2 comprises several pull-outs, of which only one pull-out, namely a drawer 12, is shown. The drawer 12 is guided through two pull-out guides 14 arranged on both sides of the drawer 12 between the drawer 12 and the body 10, each of the pull-out guides 14 comprising a pull-out guide rail 16 and a body-side guide rail 18 which are displaceable relative to one another and are therefore mounted on one another via rolling elements 20.
  • For example, the pull-out guide rail 16 is firmly connected to the drawer 12 via a bracket 22.
  • The body-side guide rail 18 is in turn held on the body by two supports 26 which are arranged at a distance from one another in a longitudinal direction 24 of the guide rails 16, 18, wherein in the exemplary embodiment shown the support 26 supports the body-side guide rail 18 with a lower guide body 28 and an upper guide body 30 C-shaped overlaps and thus the body-side guide rail 18 slidably guides in the longitudinal direction 24, while the guide body 28 and 30 guide the guide rail 18 precisely across the longitudinal direction 24. In order to achieve easy sliding of the body-side guide rail 18 on the guide body 28, this is provided in the center with a curvature 32, on which the body-side guide rail 18 rests in a line or point shape.
  • The two guide bodies 28 and 30 are held at a distance from an inner side 36 of the body 10 by a spacer body designated as a whole, so that the entire body-side guide rail 18 runs at a distance from the inner side 36 of the body 10. The spacer 34 is in turn anchored with two dowels 38 in the body, for example in a side wall 40 carrying the inside 36.
  • On the inside 36 of the side wall 40 there is a closing strip, designated as a whole by 42, which runs essentially parallel and at a distance from a front side 44 of the body 10 in the vertical direction and carries a locking pin 46 for each of the pull-outs 12. The locking bar 42 is movable in its longitudinal direction 48, which runs approximately vertically in the body 10 and approximately at right angles to the longitudinal direction 24, the locking bar 42 with its outside 50 resting on the inside 36 of the side wall 40 and the locking pin 46 from an inside 52 of the locking bar protrudes into the interior of the body 10 in the direction of the pull-out 12.
  • On the pull-out 12 there is a link element designated as a whole with 60, which bears a locking surface 62, and a closing / opening sliding track 66, which extends upwards in the longitudinal direction as seen from a front front 64 of the pull-out 12, and which extends through a lower sliding surface 68 and an upper link surface 70 is limited. The slide track 66 has a front opening 72 which lies below the blocking surface 62 and a rear opening 74 which is approximately at the same height as the blocking surface 62.
  • Is the locking pin 46 in the solid line in Fig. 2, the extract 12 releasing position, it stands in front of the mouth opening 72 and is raised when pulling out the pull-out 12 by the closing / opening gate 66 so that it is at the end of the same Mouth opening 74 is.
  • Since the mouth opening 74 is at the same height as the locking surface 62, the locking pin 46 is then in a locking position in the region of the mouth opening 72, but can no longer lock the pull-out 12 since it has already been pulled out.
  • However, if the locking pin 46 is in its locking position, drawn in dashed lines in FIG. 2, before the pull-out 12 is pulled out, the pull-out 12 is locked because when it is pulled out, the locking surface 62 runs against the locking pin 46 and thus prevents the pull-out of the pull-out 12.
  • The locking bar 42 now carries a locking pin for each of the pull-outs 12 of the body 10, which sits on the locking bar 42 and can be moved by moving the locking bar 42 in the longitudinal direction 48 either from the releasing position into the locking position or vice versa. If the locking bar 42 is moved in its longitudinal direction 48 from the releasing position, ie the position in which all locking pins 46 are in the releasing position, into its blocking position by means of a lock 80, which is arranged, for example, in the uppermost pull-out 82 of the body 10, ie in the position in which all locking pins 46 pull out the pull-outs 12 lock, moved upward, so all statements 12 are locked. The same is possible for the closing strip 42 to be moved downward from the blocking position into the releasing position, in which any of the pull-outs 12 can be pulled out.
  • The closing / opening slide 66 serves to prevent several of the pull-outs 12 from being pulled out of the body 10. This means that when one of the pull-outs 12 is pulled out, the other pull-outs 12 are blocked.
  • As already described, when pulling out the pull-out 12 (FIG. 2), the closing / opening link track 66 moves the closing pin 46 upwards from the lower position, which releases the pull-out 12, to the level of the blocking position, namely when it comes out of the rear opening 74 the closing / opening gate 66 exits. So that the entire locking bar 42 was moved into the locking position, so that all other locking pins 46 of the locking bar 42 lock the other pull-outs 12.
  • In this case, however, there is a need to keep the locking pin, which emerges from the opening 74, in the blocking position until the respective pull-out 12 has been retracted and the closing / opening link track 66, when the pull-out 12 is pushed in, the locking pin 46 in height the rear opening 74 and has moved down into the releasing position, in which it emerges from the front opening 72 of the closing / opening gate 66.
  • This is described below.
  • The locking bar 42, as shown in FIGS. 1 and 2, is guided transversely to its longitudinal direction 48 through the respective front support 26 of the pull-out guides. The carrier 26 is, as shown in FIGS. 4 to 7, provided with a guide channel 90 which is open to the inside 36 of the side wall 40 and is delimited by edges 92 of a rear side 93 of the carrier 26. Opposite the edges 92, the guide channel 90 is delimited by transverse walls 94 and 96 running transversely to the longitudinal direction 48, and furthermore the guide channel 90 is delimited by two longitudinal walls 98 and 100, which run parallel to the longitudinal direction 48.
  • The guide channel 90 is arranged in the spacer 34.
  • A free space 102 is provided between the transverse walls 94 and 96, which extends in the longitudinal direction 48 and creates a connection between the guide channel 90 and a cam channel 104 arranged in the spacer body 34.
  • In addition to the locking pins 46, on the locking bar 42, at least in the area of one of the supports 26 of the pull-out guides 14 of the pull-outs 12, a locking element 106 designed as a locking cam, which projects in the area of the free space 102 from the inside 52 of the locking bar 42, extends through the free space 102 and engages in the cam channel 104.
  • In the cam channel 104, the locking cam 106 is movable along a cam track, from a lower, always solid position, which corresponds to the releasing position of the locking bar, to an upper, always dashed position, which corresponds to the locking position of the locking bar 42. The extension of the cam track 108 in the longitudinal direction thus corresponds precisely to the path that is required to bring the locking pins 46 from the releasing to the locking position and vice versa.
  • The free space 102 is bounded vertically downwards by a web 110, which forms a support 112 for the locking cam 106 with an edge facing the free space 102, so that the locking cam 106 rests on the web 110 in its lower position, which in turn is in the releasing position corresponds to the locking bar 42.
  • The web 110 is arranged such that on the one hand it forms the transverse wall 96 and separates the guide channel 90 from the cam channel 104 in a lower region of the spacer 34. Furthermore, the upper edge of the web forming the support 112 is concave, the lowest point being in the center of the cam track 108 and thus the support 112 centering the latching cam 106 in its lower position in the center of the cam track 108. The locking bar 42 is thus also centered in the guide channel 90 at the same time.
  • Thus, the support 112, together with the locking cam 106, represents and defines a lower limit for the mobility of the locking bar 42 in the longitudinal direction 48 at the same time the releasing position of all locking pins 46. A different type of limitation of the mobility of the locking bar 42 in the longitudinal direction 48 downward is unnecessary and is therefore not present in the solution according to the invention.
  • In order to fix the locking position of the locking bar 42 shown in dashed lines, a locking device 114 is provided in the free space 102, which comprises two locking tongues 116 and 118, which bear facing locking lugs 120 and 122, which protrude in the direction of the cam track 108 and in each direction of movement of the cam track 108 have acting run-up bevels 124 and 126 which are inclined towards one another and merge into one another in the area of a highest point 128 approximately in the middle of the detents 120, 122.
  • Thus, for example, the locking cam 106 moved from the releasing position into the locking position along the cam track 108 first acts on the run-up slopes 126 and moves the locking tongues 116 out of the cam track 108 until it has passed and slides through the highest points 128 of the locking lugs 120, 122 then along the ramp slopes 124 to the locking position, in which the locking tongues 116 and 118 are in their original position and hold the locking cam 106 with its ramp slopes 124 and due to their spring action against movement out of the cam track 108 in the locking position.
  • The locking tongues 116 and 118 are dimensioned with respect to their spring action so that an additional action on the locking bar 42 of the locking cams 106 through the bevels 124 and the locking tongues 116 and 118 holds the entire locking bar 42 with all its locking pins 46 in the locking position.
  • Only by acting on the locking bar 42 does the locking cam 106 act so strongly on the bevels 124 that the locking tongues 116 and 118 are bent out of the cam track 108 and the locking cam 106 can be moved back into a releasing position via the highest points 128 in which he also holds the entire locking bar 42 with all locking pins 46 defined.
  • The resilient latching tongues 116 and 118 preferably extend parallel to the longitudinal direction 48 on both sides of the cam track 108 and are integrally formed with a foot region 130, 132 opposite the latching lugs 120, 122 on a transverse web 134 of the spacer body 34 carrying the transverse wall 94, so that the two latching tongues 116 and 118 comprise an approximately U-shaped recess 136 which is open in the region of the latching lugs 120, 122 towards the support 112.
  • Furthermore, the latching tongues 116, 118 preferably lie in the same plane as the web 110 and thus between the guide channel 90 and the cam channel 104.
  • Preferably, all parts, i.e. the guide body 28, 30, the spacer 34 together with the web 110, the cross bar 134 and the locking tongues 116, 118 and the dowels 38 are made from a single plastic part.
  • For the bearing 112, the releasing position of the locking bar 42 with all locking pins 46 is thus precisely defined and forms the locking position together with the locking cam 106 by the locking device 114, the locking cam 106 in the locking device 114 due to a force acting on the locking bar 42 on the Lock 80 or the closing / opening gate track 66 can be snapped in or can also be snapped out by applying force to the locking bar 42 through the lock 80 or the closing / opening gate track 66.

Claims (29)

  1. Pull-out guide for pull-outs which can be pulled out of a body, comprising a body-side guide rail and a pull-out guide rail and two supports which can be mounted on the body and which carry the body-side guide rail,
    characterized,
    that a front-side support (26) is designed to position a locking bar (42) in a position that releases the pull-outs (12) and in a position blocking the pull-outs (12), and that a latching device (114) is provided on a front-side support (26), which can be locked in one of the positions of the locking bar (42) with a locking element (106) of the locking bar (42) moving on a path (108).
  2. Pull-out guide according to Claim 1, characterized in that the latching device (114) is designed such that the latching element (106) can be latched or unlatched into the latching device (114) by acting on the locking bar (42).
  3. Pull-out guide according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the latching element (106) can be latched into the latching device (114) in a locking position of the locking bar (42).
  4. Pull-out guide according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the latching device (114) comprises a latching tongue (116, 118) which interacts with the latching element (106).
  5. Pull-out guide according to claim 4, characterized in that the latching tongue (116, 118) has a latching lug (120, 122).
  6. Pull-out guide according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the latching element is a latching cam (106).
  7. Pull-out guide according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that one of the positions of the locking bar (42) is defined by the position of the latching element (106) latched into the latching device (114).
  8. Pull-out guide according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the carrier (26) comprises a limiting element (112) on the carrier side, which defines one of the positions of the closing strip (42) with a limiting element (106) on the closing strip side.
  9. Pull-out guide according to Claim 8, characterized in that the delimiting element on the carrier side has a support (112) for the delimiting element (106) on the closing strip side.
  10. Pull-out guide according to Claim 8 or 9, characterized in that the delimitation element on the closing strip side is formed by the latching element (106).
  11. Pull-out guide according to one of claims 9 or 10, characterized in that the support (112) is formed by a web (110) on the carrier (26).
  12. Pull-out guide according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the latching device (114) is integrally formed on the carrier (26).
  13. Pull-out guide according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the support (112) is integrally formed on the support (26).
  14. Pull-out guide according to claim 12 or 13, characterized in that the carrier (26) is designed as a one-piece plastic part.
  15. Pull-out guide according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the carrier (26) comprises a guide channel (90) for the locking bar (42).
  16. Pull-out guide according to claim 15, characterized in that the guide channel (90) has an open side (92) facing the body (10).
  17. Pull-out guide according to claim 16, characterized in that the guide channel (90) guides the locking bar (42) against the body (10).
  18. Pull-out guide according to claim 16 or 17, characterized in that the latching device (114) adjoins the side of the guide channel (90) opposite the open side.
  19. Pull-out guide according to one of claims 16 to 18, characterized in that the support (112) is adjacent to the side of the guide channel (90) opposite the open side.
  20. Pull-out guide according to one of claims 6 to 19, characterized in that the carrier (26) has a cam channel (104) for the latching cams (106).
  21. Pull-out guide according to claim 20, characterized in that the guide channel (90) and the cam channel (104) are connected to one another.
  22. Pull-out guide according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the latching device (114) lies between a carcass bearing surface (93) of the carrier (26) and a guide rail receptacle (28, 30) of the carrier (26).
  23. Pull-out guide according to claim 22, characterized in that the latching device (114) is arranged in a spacer body (34) of the carrier (26).
  24. Pull-out guide according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the latching device lies between two dowels (38) of the carrier (26).
  25. Pull-out guide according to one of claims 15 to 24, characterized in that the guide channel (90) lies in a spacer body (34) of the carrier (26).
  26. Pull-out guide according to claim 25, characterized in that the guide channel (90) lies between two dowels (38) of the carrier (26).
  27. Pull-out guide according to one of claims 20 to 26, characterized in that the cam channel (104) lies in the spacer body (34) of the carrier (26).
  28. Body with several pull-outs guided by pull-out guides and with a locking bar that can be displaced between a releasing position and a locking position for locking the pull-outs, characterized in that at least one pull-out guide (14) of a pull-out (12) is designed according to one of Claims 1 to 27.
  29. Body according to claim 28, characterized in that each pull-out (12) is provided with a link element (60) for actuating the locking bar (42).
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